THE Marina Hotel Kuwait, a leading five star property managed by the Safir Hotels & Resorts and owned by United Real Estate Company, has recently celebrated an outstanding performance and achievements for the year 2006, says a hotel statement.
Antoine Naoum, general manager of the Marina Hotel said, “We are extremely proud and pleased with our performance last year, our unique combination of service expertise, facilities and location is with no doubt our main strengths. We look ahead to a challenging and prosperous 2007.”
The hotel, which targets both the business and leisure markets, is surrounded by the sea on three sides and offers a view of many of Kuwait’s iconic landmarks including Kuwait Towers, the Scientific Centre and Marina Mall.
“The Hotel offers first-class business & recreational facilities, and it provides elite accommodation for up to 180 guests at a time. The property has been designed as a focal point for attracting the country’s growing business and tourist industry,” said Naoum.
The in-house facilities which differentiate this hotel encompass state of the art fully equipped fitness centre with programmed aerobic classes, three swimming pools, a built in refreshment bar and a squash court. Hotel guests can also benefit from the free Wi-Fi access across the property.
The Salwa Sabah Al Ahmed Multipurpose Hall is one of the hotel’s primary banqueting facilities and is one of Kuwait’s leading venues for high profile conferences, exhibitions and upper scale gala dinners, the statement said.
Food lovers are able to choose between two restaurants, Atlantis, and the Six Palms lounge.
The hotel is located in the heart of the business district, only 15 minutes from the Kuwait International Airport.
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